It’s safe to say that Mississauga is one of the most diverse cities in Canada, and it honours its remarkable makeup of people in various ways.
Not too long ago, in 1979, a massive train derailment caused chaos in Mississauga—and everyone lived to tell the tale. 
If there’s one thing every single Mississauga resident has in common, it’s an all-encompassing love for Square One, the vast shopping centre that first opened its doors in 1973. 
Are you a fan of odd and unique things? You might not think there’s a lot to see near Mississauga, but there are many oddities just outside the city.
With the summer slowly winding down in Mississauga, you may think you’ve seen all there is to see for a day trip.
After making sports history this season, the Toronto Raptors will be closing out the year in style!
History was made.
History is fascinating, and so is the city you live in!
If you’re only used to seeing breathtaking and beautiful castles on TV or in movies, you may be excited to learn that there are some you can actually visit right here in Canada.
Over the years, the GO train has become a primary means of transportation for many people in Mississauga and beyond.